The way you choose to see the world defines the world you see
The Royal Photographic Society offers three levels of distinction which set recognised standards of achievement throughout the world. The first is the Licentiate (LRPS), which requires a portfolio of images to reflect a wide range of skills as a photographer. Next, is the Associate (ARPS), which requires a body of work demonstrating a very high standard of photography, accompanied by a written statement of intent. The Fellowship (FRPS) is the highest distinction and requires a distinguished photographic and creative standard, accompanied by a statement of intent. My LRPS distinction was achieved on 4th July 2019 at the Bristol Headquarters of the RPS, and featured the images shown below, projected digitally rather than as a print panel.